Twinning project in Armenia targets copyright protection

Twinning project in Armenia targets copyright protection

PanARMENIAN.Net - Twinning project in Armenia aims to protect copyright, director of Armauthor NGO Susanna Nersisyan said.

According to her, the program facilitates planning of events aiming to restore infringed copyright.

Lawyer Stepan Khzrtyan, in turn, presented a model that would allow for free download from the music licensing sites. He offered to post a short commercial with music download becoming available only after watching it.

Famous Armenian singer Hayko deemed it a good idea, noting that Armenia lacks culture of license download.

IT expert Arman Atoyan noted that copyright infringement is a common problem in the whole world, with modern technologies being applied to prevent the occurrence.

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